I work for a rug manufacturer in the same office as the photographers for our online sales. They take all photos of rugs in house. They have a tremendous amount of post processing that has to be done on every single photo in order to match the colors. So my question is this Would there be a way to set up their studio that could get the correct color of every rug? Keep in mind that we have some of every color rug.
Their current setup is professional lighting with daylight bulbs shining onto a grey concrete floor. They use various setting of aperture, iso, and shutter speed.
Also, I realize some things will have to change with the size of the rug. If I'm thinking right the larger rugs would need to be taken through a larger aperture from a constant distance in order to get the sharpest result. And smaller rugs would need a smaller aperture. So if someone could address that aspect as well it would be helpful.